Ok, let's be honest. Most of this software doesn't require JS to be enabled to view pages (and in some cases, even edit them if logged in).
Kittybox is a CMS that can act as a member of the IndieWeb. IndieWeb is a global distributed social network built on top of open Web standards and composed of blogs around the Internet supporting these standards.
There is no registration or centralized database of any sort - everyone owns their data and is responsible for it.
If you're seeing this page, it looks like your configuration is correct and we can proceed with the setup.
An h-card is an IndieWeb social profile, and we're gonna make you one!
Thanks to some clever markup, it will be readable by both humans and machines looking at your homepage.
If you make a mistake, don't worry, you're gonna be able to edit this later.The only mandatory field is your name.
Ok, it's nice to know you more. Tell me about what you'll be writing and how you want to name your blog.
You can set up custom feeds to post your stuff to. This is a nice way to organize stuff into huge folders, like all your trips or your quantified-self data.
Feeds can be followed individually, which makes it easy for users who are interested in certain types of content you produce to follow your adventures in certain areas of your life without cluttering their readers.
We will automatically create some feeds for you aside from these so you won't have to - including a main feed, address book (for venues you go to and people you talk about), a cookbook for your recipes and some more.
Maybe you should start writing your first posts now. How about a short note?
A note is a short-form post (not unlike a tweet - but without the actual character limit) that doesn't bear a title.
Consider telling more about yourself, your skills and interests in this note — though you're free to write anything you want. (By the way, you can use Markdown here to spice up your note!)